Zionist Union Party Accuses Netanyahu of Failure to Improve Palestinians’ Standard of Living

Former Israeli Justice Minister and co-leader of the Zionist Union party, Tzipi Livni. (Photo: via MEMO)

The Israeli army advised Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to take appropriate measures to improve Palestinians’ standard of living. However, he failed to act on this advice, a member of the Knesset said.

Co-leader of the Zionist Union party Tzipi Livni, said in a radio interview, that failure to change the status quo is not in Israel’s interest as time passes, and the window of opportunity will close.

She criticized the right-wing government, saying that it does not have any solutions for the ‘security challenges’ facing Israel.

Livni said that her parliamentary bloc will not join the coalition unless the government changes its policies and leads Israel in a different direction.


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